Thank you for stopping by!

Why take Green Yellow Red?
NY State Liquor Authority
recommends Alcohol Training
and Awareness Program
(ATAP) certification for

Completing this NY SLA-certified
ATAP course may help you land
that job you want, plus there are
tips in the course that can help
even very experienced bartenders
perform better.

The  Green Yellow Red NY alcohol
training course is for people who
work in establishments that sell
alcohol to be consumed ON-PREMISE
in NY State.

Green Yellow Red NY ATAP
certificates are valid for three
years, and you can take a
refresher course free of charge.

Before starting, we invite you
to take a look around the site,
and get a sense of who we are.

We hope you will find that
learning from an actual working
bartender who has thirty-five years
experience behind a range of bars
will add value to your career.

When you are ready to take
the course, come back to this

Then, just click on the Green Yellow
Red NY alcohol training course page
at left, and download the course.

The text version is recommended,
and much faster than the audio
version, since you can control the

The test questions are at the
end of the course, and you answer
them at the bottom of the NY ATAP
certificate form.

To begin, just follow these simple steps:

1. Click on the course.

2. Download the course.

3. Take the course.

4. After taking the course:  
   click on the NY ATAP
   certificate page.

5. Download the form (make
   sure you click "enable
   editing" in the yellow
   banner along the top
   of the form).

6. Enter your answers to
    all the questions at the
    bottom of the certificate

7. Save file as docx format.

8. Submit payment
   (just $24.50 per person).

9. Submit completed
   certificate and test as
   a docx file.

10. You will receive
    on-line verification
    (usually within twenty-
    four hours) which
    you can show to your

11. The paper certificate
     will arrive in the mail
     (usually within a few
     business days).

Thanks for taking NY alcohol
training through Green Yellow
Red, a NY SLA-approved
NY ATAP provider.